The eleven stories presented by MAPS at the 6th edition of the festival Photoreporter en Baie de Saint-Brieuc (Oct 5th to Nov 9th 2017) tell us how people around the globe face the daily challenges of our unstable world. Together, these stories reflect the current state of mind. Going beyond a juxtaposition of exhibitions, they invite us to take a step aside, refine our critical sense and arouse questions rather than answers.
My quiet place - USA
In the village of Green Bank, sheltered from the waves, electrosensitive persons gather to lead a peaceful life.
Maqbooza Kashmir - India
For the past year, Indian Kashmir has been plagued by a new separatist insurrection. This forgotten conflict ravages the daily life of the local civilians.
Il mare non bagna Napoli - Italy*
The photoreportage is a look at the daily life of adolescents from Scampia in Naples, a marginalized neighborhood in southern Italy, striving for a better future.
*The sea does not reach Naples
Das Gehen - Switzerland
This February 3rd, my father was diagnosed with an advanced stage of lung cancer. Ever since, I’ve been shouldering him in his struggle and photographing him on a daily basis.
Urban single parents - Poland
This photoreportage focuses on urban unmarried parents who voluntarily choose single parenthood, a complex choice with daily challenges.
The Agreement - Greece, Turkey, Serbia
This photographic project highlights the living conditions of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Europe, following the agreement between Turkey and the EU.
Trumpistan: The Resistance - USA
Following the investiture of Donald Trump as President of the United States, protests broke out. Mobilized citizens aspire to build a solid movement.
The Wall of Lima - Peru
In the Peruvian capital stands the longest urban separation wall in the world, dividing one of the largest slums from a "gated community" inhabited by millionaires.
White nights - Russia
How does the environment affect the human soul? The portraits of the inhabitants of the city of St. Petersburg and the urban landscapes recount the state of isolation and threat of this city.
This story addresses the universal stigma of menstruation in order to break this taboo and understand its impacts on women around the globe.
Rhapsody in the dark - Japan
Starting from individual stories of ordinary people in Okinawa, this story reveals the harsh reality of life, far from the image on the Japan of the XXIrst century.